Game of Thrones Season 6, Episodes 9 and 10 Spoilers: ‘Battle of the Bastards’

Game of Thrones Season 6

“Game of Thrones” season 6, episodes 9 and 10 were considered the longest episodes of the series. These reveal the outcomes of the “Battle of the Bastards.”

HBO didn’t unveil the details about what the fans could expect from the “Game of Thrones” season 6 finale. In fact, the last two episode previews became more vague than the usual which hyped the audience more.

They could anticipate the results of the battle with terms of surrender that are rejected and accepted. Independent shared the episode’s trailer with an exciting twist of the battles.

In the next episode, which would be the American television series finale, Cersei faced her trial. According to HBO, they omitted the major plot strand from the synopses so the audience won’t see the trial conducted by combat.

Instead, they will likely play second fiddle to the central storyline which might involve Bran, the White Walkers and the Tower of Joy.

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Aside from these predictions, a leaked information was spotted recently revealing exact details on what would be the scenes they could expect from the finale.

According to the latest leaked information about the series’ finale, Jamie and Claire submitted a possible plot on Reddit which could be the exact finale to watch out for.

The fan cited an original post by u/TheBuffaloHoove that mentioned Season 6’s big battle. He confirmed he was part of the extra on set. He revealed the details as far as he could remember from the filming wherein the armies met outside Winterfell and Boltons outnumbered the Stark side with 6 to 1 ratio.

Jon Snow was on the horse and strolled down to the front of the army. Then, Ramsay took his bow and began shooting at Rickon while fleeing. Before Jon realized and galloped to save him, Ramsey already hit Rickon.

Davos, on the other hand, was on his horse and told the Stark army to follow their commander. Wildings went crazy and followed Tormund and Wun Wun into battle, thus, cavalry charged.

In response, Ramsay sent his cavalry to meet Stark army while his archers fired down on Jon. There would be a massive cavalry clash to occur and arrowed the Boltons from both sides and killed their cavalry and infantry.

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They created big wall from the dead bodies to block the route of the Boltons. Davos then told his archers to aim and to halt as they’d hit their own men. Great Jon asked the Boltons, “Who owns the North? Who owns the North?” during the Starks on the mix.

The Bolton army outnumbered the Starks by surrounding them with tall shields and pikes. The Starks were shocked and looked around to see what was really going on.

While doing so, the Boltons took advantage and advanced to them with the pikes lowered. The strategy resulted to many slaughtered Stark soldiers.

Wun Wun tried to break the open doors when the last of the Stark army arrived at Winterfell. However, he was hit by an arrow that cut through his eye and killed him. Jon turned around to meet Ramsay and blocked the arrow with a Bolton shield.

When they met, Jon beat Ramsay to death and later reunited with Sansa at the end of “Game of Thrones” season 6 series.

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